The IT Governance Network (ITGN) is a leading provider of IT governance, IT management, service management, service orientated architecture, risk management, information security, BCP management, internal control, ISO xxxxx, CISA, CISM, CGEIT and IT process training. These information and related technology courses have been presented to a wide audience across the globe for over twenty years. The ITGN has also developed and presented fundamental, advanced and specialised COBIT training since 1997 covering topics such as LEAN IT, a sustainable approach to information security management and service orientated governance.
COBIT 5 Foundation
The official COBIT 5 Foundation course is an entry level course developed by APMG (a training/examination company). This course covers the most basic elements of the COBIT 5 framework. It introduces some of the COBIT 5 framework concepts and provides delegates with an understanding of the terminology and the basic components for governance, management and IT operations. COBIT 5 is appropriate for enterprises of all sizes, commercial, not-for-profit and public sector. However its implementation will vary across organisations.
This course is best suited for IT and COBIT novices. ITGN will supplement the official course material with practical examples to demonstrate the full potential of COBIT 5. A certification exam is available.
COBIT 5 Implementation
The official COBIT 5 Implementation course is a basic level course developed by APMG to introduce the ISACA approach for "change enablement" using a programme described in the ISACA "COBIT 5 Implementation Guide". This course is best suited for people who wish to better understand the steps required to manage a GRC implementation and maintenance programme. Attendees of this course will learn about the Programme Management life-cycle, how it enables change and continuous improvement, and how to analyse the enterprise drivers, prioritise business requirements and identify opportunities for GRC improvements to add value to the business.
A pre-requisite for this course is success in passing the COBIT 5 Foundation exam. A certification exam for the COBIT 5 Implementation course is available.
COBIT 5 Assessor
The official COBIT 5 Assessor course is a basic level course developed by APMG to introduce the ISACA approach to conducting capability assessments. This approach is loosely based on the ISO 15504 process assessment standard. In the official course attendees will learn about the basic steps an assessor should perform when conducting an assessment. At the end of this course attendees can take the certification exam on this content. To complement the official APMG course, ITGN will provide course attendees with a more detailed understanding of how to apply ISO 15504 to define a COBIT 5 process and plan improvements in the current level of capability. (Note that this additional content not part of the official course.)
A pre-requisite for this course is success in passing the COBIT 5 Foundation exam. A certification exam for the COBIT 5 Assessor course is available.
COBIT 5 for Information Security
COBIT 5 provides an excellent foundation for the effective and efficient management of information security. This intermediate-level ITGN course provides attendees with an understanding of how to manage information security in accordance with the ISO 27001 specification for information security management systems.
Almost every IT and business process has an aspect that impacts information security or is impacted by information security measures. Consequently, effective information security requires an integrated approach to management and an understanding of how the information security strategy and its implementation are aligned with the business' needs and its strategic objectives.
Central to good security is clarity about the responsibilities of managers for their respective areas of accountability. COBIT clarifies this.
ISO 27001 Lead Implementer
ISO/IEC 27001:2013 is an international information security management system standard for a formal approach to designing and implementing information security measures in accordance with an organisation's need for information security. This intermediate-level ITGN course provides attendees with an understanding of the integrated approach specified in the ISO 27001 model for establishing, implementing, operating, monitoring, reviewing, maintaining and improving an information security in accordance with an organisation's business needs and strategic objectives.
ISO 27001 Lead Auditor
The formal evaluation of an organisation's information security management system is performed using the ISO 19011 auditing standard which outlines the audit process to be followed when evaluating the implementation of an information security management against the ISO/IEC 27001:2013 specification. This intermediate-level ITGN course covers the approach to be followed in conducting an audit of an information security management system. It provides auditors of the ISMS with a road map to follow when performing an audit of an ISO 27001 ISMS implementation.
ISO 31000 Risk Management
This ISO 31000 Risk Management course provides delegates with an understanding of the ISO 31000 approach and specification for risk management. Attendees will gain an understanding of the nature of risk management activities, the scope and the integrated processes required to effectively and efficiently manage risk and measure performance of the Risk Management function.
ISO 38500 - Governance for ICT
The ISO 38500 Corporate Governance for ICT course provides attendees with an understanding of IT governance and its implementation based on the six principles and governance model. Included in this course is the design and implementation of an IT governance framework, the development of an IT governance policy, and IT governance charter and the key processes.